Sustainable regeneration : everyday landscapes of food acquisition, Pendleton

Adams, MD, Cornes, CL, Armitage, RP ORCID:, Miah, A ORCID:, Clark, AP and St Clair, R 2016, Sustainable regeneration : everyday landscapes of food acquisition, Pendleton , Project Report, Salford University.

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The report is structured as follows. Chapter two provides the context to the research, outlining why a study of food acquisition and digital inclusion is necessary in Pendleton at this time, and why both issues are linked to the current regeneration programme. Chapter three sets out the methodology employed along with details of the recruitment of participants. Chapter four provides a detailed analysis of the findings from the digital skills side of the research including: digital usage, confidence and competence, and digital skills and shopping, and chapter five focuses on findings related to the food landscape. Chapter six summarises the key findings by identifying what is going well, making recommendations for changes at a variety of scale, as well as specific recommendations for the on-going regeneration programme, and recommendations for further research.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Schools: Schools > School of Environment and Life Sciences > Ecosystems and Environment Research Centre
Publisher: Salford University
Funders: Pendleton Together Partnership
Depositing User: MD Adams
Date Deposited: 25 Apr 2016 08:09
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2022 17:47

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